It’s My One Year Blogiversary!!!

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Blogiversary.jpgYes, I made up a word, but I love it!! :)  I’m sure I’m not the first to use it!

On April 24, 2012- I launched Savvy School Counselor.  I can’t believe it’s already been one whole year! Wow!

Although I had five posts up on my launch day, my official launch day post was 8 Tips New Test Takers Should Know.  It was right around this time that my school was gearing up for the end-of-grade tests, and I created the activity to do with my third grade friends.

I had the support of wonderful bloggers like Andrea Burston and Marissa Rex from the very beginning, and I appreciate that support more than I can ever say.

So, I just want to say a big THANK YOU to all of you who follow Savvy School Counselor and who have made my first year as a blogger a wonderful year.  I was really hoping I’d get the chance to meet many of you face to face in Philly at the ASCA Conference, but I will not be able to make it this year.  However, I am determined to be in Orlando, Florida for the 2014 conference.

Now that I have a year under my belt, I want to begin inviting guest bloggers.  I remember how appreciative I was to Barbara Gruener for giving me the opportunity last summer to write a guest post for her wonderful blog.  I was just about three months into my blog at the time.  I would love to offer the same opportunity to other new school counseling bloggers.  So, if you are reading this and would like to write a guest blog post for Savvy School Counselor, be on the lookout for more information coming soon.

Stick around!  You can follow Savvy School Counselor with free email updates.  You can also follow my TpT Store to keep up with my latest products and freebies.  I’m looking forward to continuing this journey with all of you!  Thank you again for a great first year!!


8 thoughts on “It’s My One Year Blogiversary!!!

  1. Congratulations on 1 year! I started my blog April 23rd. Your blog was the first school counseling blog that I came across and what inspired me to write my own. I work with high school students, but it is so fun to read about your work as a counselor.

  2. Hi Vanessa,
    What a great resource! I’m certified as a school psychologist and just began blogging on parenting and school professional issues a week before your “bloggiversary!” I hope in a year’s time I will look back and be able to talk about accomplishments similar to your’s! Great work . . . and thanks for new inspiration!

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